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Reviews: What's New This Week

Seth Rogen, left, and Jay Chou star in "The Green Hornet." Credit: AP Photo/Jaimie Trueblood, Columbia Pictures-Sony Here is a look at what's new this week in family entertainment as adapted from reviews and ratings by Common Sense Med..."The Green Hornet" rides into theaters, while "Alpha and Omega" lands on DVD.

Reviews: What's New This Week

Colin Baiocchi, left, and Ben Stiller are shown in a scene from "Little Fockers." Credit: Glen Wilson, Universal Pictures / AP
Here is a look at what's new this week in family entertainment as adapted from reviews and ratings by Comm...
"Little Fockers," "Easy A" iffy for young teens.

Reviews: What's New This Week

Here is a look at what's new this week in family entertainment as adapted from reviews and ratings by Common Sense Media. Click on the links to read the reviews in full. In Theaters: The Other Guys Starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg, "The ...

Reviews: What's New This Week

Here is a look at what's new this week in family entertainment as adapted from reviews and ratings by Common Sense Media. Click on the links to read the reviews in full. In Theaters: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Based on a video game, "Pri...

Reviews: What's New This Week

Here's a look at what's new in family entertainment as adapted from reviews and ratings by Common Sense Media. Click on the links to read the reviews in full. New in Theaters: The Spy Next Door Guns are drawn but no blood is spilled in "The Spy...

Reviews: What's New This Week

Here is a look at what's new this week in family entertainment as adapted from reviews and ratings by Common Sense Media. Click on the links to read the reviews in full. New In Theaters: Planet 51 Starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as a human...

Mark Ballas: Two-Time Dancing With the Stars Champion

Mark Ballas is a professional actor, dancer and musician who became famous after joining the cast of the ABC reality show "Dancing With the Stars" in 2007. Ballas was born on May 24, 1986, in Houston. At a young age, Mark, the only child of Corky ...

Steve Burns: The Blue's Clues Host

Steve Burns is best known as the original host of the long-running children's television show "Blue's Clues." Burns was born on October 9, 1973, in Boyertown, Pa. He studied theater on a scholarship at DeSales University in Center Valley, Pa., but...

Blue's Clues

"Blue's Clues" was a popular, long-running children's television show on Nickelodeon. The show, which aired from 1996 to 2006, featured Blue, an animated dog who interacted with a human host . "Blues Clues" producers created the show based on thei...

Sesame Street Gets Downsized

With so many people from all walks of life losing their homes these days, it seems that no neighborhood is immune to the credit crunch; from the row houses of Chicago to the gated estates of Palm Beach, foreclosure signs are popping up everywhere. Th...

Weekend Fun and Games

It's Friday already and time to make plans for the weekend. We're here to help with a list of what's new in kid's entertainment as adapted from reviews and ratings from Common Sense Media. At the Movies An update to 1975's Escape to Witch Mountai...

Weekend Fun and Games

It's Friday and time to think about weekend activities. Here are some considerations as adapted from reviews and ratings by Common Sense Media. At the Movies Like the book on which it is based, The Velveteen Rabbit examines complicated family rel...

Little House on the Prairie for adults only?

Twenty-five years after it went off the air, the beloved television series Little House on the Prairie has finally been released on DVD in Finland. Too bad Finnish kids aren't going to be allowed to buy it. I don't think anyone will stop them from...

Do we really need a television 'family hour'?

Ellie, like most kids, loves television. In particular, she likes Hannah Montana and Suite Life of Zack and Cody. She would happily watch those shows over and over from sunup to sundown if I let her. Which, of course, I don't. I recently had to set l...

Why I wish I watched Mr. Rogers

We didn't have cable TV growing up, so the only television shows I remember watching is grainy footage of Sesame Street and the occasional shred of Hockey Night in Canada. I've only heard about Mr. Roger's through the pop culture grapevine (and seein...

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